Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Mac Demarco , Surf, The Today Show, Karl Stefanovic


band members

Jack Lincoln Live band Jack Lincoln (Vox, Guitar) Connor Daly (Guitar, Keys) Zac Olsen (Backing Vox, Synth) Nicolas Serray (Bass) Kieran Parker (Drums)


Influences

Tame Impala, John Coltrane, Mac DeMarco, Ornette Coleman


Unearthed artists we like

The VANNS, Barry and the Kids


Website

ducks1.bandcamp.com/releases

Bio

Formerly hailing from South Coast NSW and now in Inner West Sydney, Ducks. can be described using a variety of genres with gentle surfy guitar vibes, anarchic synthesizers, odd rhythms and catchy melodies aplenty. Originally started as a solo recording project of Jack Lincoln and following a small triple J unearthed following, Ducks has expanded to a live band with good friends, good vibes, occasional chaos and plenty of grins.
Debut Ep 'Close your Eyes' was released in 2016 with current work being done to upcoming album for a mid 2018 release.

Review

Review by Al Newstead Al Newstead

27 Jan 2015

Triple J
30

A tricky time signature gets you offside at first but the ear soon settles around those warm, laidback guitar lines. Can hear Mac's jizz-jazz influence but dancing in slow-mo, like to cheek-to-cheek with your prom date.

A tricky time signature gets you offside at first but the ear soon settles around those warm, laidback guitar lines. Can hear Mac's jizz-jazz influence but dancing in slow-mo, like to cheek-to-cheek with your prom date.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

16 Jan 2015

Triple J
40

Shades of Millions and The Rubens to this, but the thing that makes this stand out is how you've made those time changes work so seamlessly. Four Four, Five Four, Six Eight, it doesn't matter. this is great.

Shades of Millions and The Rubens to this, but the thing that makes this stand out is how you've made those time changes work so seamlessly. Four Four, Five Four, Six Eight, it doesn't matter. this is great.

Review

Review by Grace George Grace George

03 May 2016

45

When I play this track througuout the house loud enough, my pet bowl of guacamole starts to grow a layer of fuzz because ya know, it creates an environment fit for bacteria growth: warm and moist.
Good job Quack- I mean Jack

When I play this track througuout the house loud enough, my pet bowl of guacamole starts to grow a layer of fuzz because ya know, it creates an environment fit for bacteria growth: warm and moist.
Good job Quack- I mean Jack